2-week Itinerary for France and Italy.
how to travel to paris and italy and have the most jam-packed two weeks full of historical sites, delish restaurants, beautiful affordable hotels and much more.
Roman Holiday : Aperol Spritz, Roman Ruins
We started Day Three (if you missed our first few days, check them out here.) with tickets to visit the Colosseum and the Roman Forum. After stopping for our morning cappuccino at the cafe underneath the hostel, which was quickly becoming morning routine for us, we began the walk over. Again, we used Get your…
Roman Holiday: My love affair with Rome.
Rome has everything. History, architecture, art, religion. Narrow cobblestone streets that wind leading into huge piazzas centered around century old fountains that Romans still drink from today.The piazzas are lined with local shops, cafes, bars, children running, playing, and laughing, tourists being suckered into cheesy souvenirs, locals gossiping at lunch, and even the cliche old…
The Broke Girl’s Guide to Travel: Europe Continued
Step Three: Choose which sites you want to visit. When you are in a new city the last thing you want to do is wait in some atrocious line all to find out tickets for the day are sold out. You have a limited amount of time and the cheapest way to see the sights is…
The Broke Girl’s Guide to Travel: Europe
So you want to go to Europe, but you don’t think you can. You work too much, you don’t make enough money, you don’t know any other languages. So? Stop thinking of reasons why you shouldn’t go. And start planning.